The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is extending its Transitional Sheltering Assistance program (TSA) in New Jersey for another two weeks as the housing needs continue to dwindle following Superstorm Sandy.
With forty mobile homes (with another ten on the way) awaiting deployment and around forty five units in Fort Monmouth ready for move in, FEMA and the New Jersey Division of Community Affairs are getting options ready if Sandy victims find themselves without a place to live.
Following the playbook used after Hurricane Katrina, the Federal Emergency Management Agency ships scores of mobile homes into New Jersey for families whose homes have been wiped out by Superstorm Sandy.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says to date, 240,000 New Jersey residents have applied for individual disaster assistance and they have distributed $272 million, a majority of that for shore homeowners.
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